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Just What You KNEE-d: How to Prepare for Knee Replacement Surgery

Whether you have a total or partial knee replacement surgery scheduled, it’s surely been a long time coming, and you’re experiencing a whole spectrum of emotions. From the natural anxiety that surgery can trigger to the excitement of finally living life with less knee pain, you're probably ready ...

This one exercise is the key to gain muscle and avoid injury, according to sports medicine orthopedic surgeon Dr. Ian Rice

By Dr. Ian Rice Schedule with Dr. Rice As many individuals commit to a healthier lifestyle and improved physique in the new year, weight resistance training is often a component of the regimen.  Weight training has numerous benefits including gains in muscle mass and strength, increased metabolism ...

This is the most important question to ask your surgeon, according to Dr. Ian Rice

By Dr. Ian Rice, Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine Orthopaedic Surgeon Patients naturally have many questions when I counsel them on treatment options and especially when I recommend surgery.  Among the most common include: “Are there any other options I should try before surgery?” “Where ...

Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine and TriHealth announce joint venture - Cincinnati Business Courier

To read the full story by Liz Engel in the Cincinnati Business Courier, click here.   Two Greater Cincinnati health care providers have announced a new partnership agreement that aims to transform orthopedic offerings in the Tri-State region. Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine ...

What is Femoroacetabular Impingement?

Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI) refers to a process by which a misshapen hip joint experiences abnormal impingement throughout normal range of motion, gradually leading to breakdown of the labrum and cartilage in the joint.   This breakdown of labrum and cartilage tissue causes pain and dysfunction, ...

ACL Reconstruction – Frequently asked questions that debunk the myths of ACL surgery

Surgical Treatment When should I have my ACL fixed? – Timing of ACL reconstruction There is no single perfect time for ACL reconstruction, and therefore timing varies from patient to patient.  In general, patients should regain full ROM, reduce swelling, and have quadriceps control prior to surgery. ...